Iraq And Jordan Sign 1996 Oil Agreement
Iraq and Jordan renewed on 30 December the evergreen oil agreement signed between the two countries at the beginning of the Gulf crises that provides for Iraqi oil supplies to Jordan on a soft-term basis in return for Jordanian goods and services made available to Iraq. The accord, signed in Baghdad, provides for Jordanian imports in 1996 of 3.2mn tons (64,000 b/d) of crude oil and 1.2mn tons (24,000...
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